The U.S. Economic Development Administration (EDA) has recognized Missouri State University as a Designated University Center. The center is a cross-functional partnership led by the Division of Community and Global Partnerships – efactory; Missouri SBDC at MSU; Jordan Valley Innovation Center; Research Administration; the Provost’s office; and the Center for Resource Planning … [Read more...] about MSU receives U.S. Economic Development Administration designation
What happens under the water in our lakes and ponds is a mystery to most. Invasive species like bighead carp have created problems and mysteries in lake systems for years. Their behavior affects wildlife in Mississippi, Ohio, Illinois, Kansas, and Oklahoma and aquatic life in the Missouri River. But what is being done to eradicate populations of bighead carp? Dr. Quinton … [Read more...] about Saving Grand Lake
In the most significant change to U.S. refugee resettlement in 40 years, the federal government is turning to the public and the private sector to help settle people who have fled their home countries because of war, persecution and ongoing armed conflicts. Dr. Emily Frazier, assistant professor of human geography and sustainability in the department of geography, geology and … [Read more...] about Addressing community-based refugee programs in the U.S.
To boost science, technology, engineering and math or STEM education in southwest Missouri. That’s the goal of Missouri State University’s Computer Science Research Opportunity for Smart Environments program, also known as ROSE. Earlier this year, Missouri State received a three-year, $600,000 grant from the National Science Foundation to facilitate this program for 30 area … [Read more...] about Program helps area teachers enhance STEM education
Discover more about the Aries constellation in a Q&A on SPACE.com with Dr. Mike Reed, distinguished professor in the department of physics, astronomy and materials science at Missouri State University. … [Read more...] about Get to know the Aries constellation